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Anyone know any good FDC recipes? These look a bit dry, some sauce might help. :shock:

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1970s and 80s FDC are so hot they need to be contained.
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Here's a slightly classier seller, their stamps are served on nice plates......

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The Pom wrote:
10 Jun 2020 00:32
Anyone know any good FDC recipes? These look a bit dry, some sauce might help. :shock:


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Maybe he is telling us single stamp 1980s FDC are only good to be burnt! :lol: :lol:
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Selling stuff on eBay combined with food, or items associated with food must be a meme of some sort. But I am not sure dirty fingernails and a half eaten sandwich in the background would encourage me to bid.

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Looks like what my "blind" office worker friends used to do for me - couldn't see all the other now cut in half stamps. They were only trying to be helpful and wondered why I used to look mortified.... and then have a cry.
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The Pom wrote:
14 Aug 2020 09:38
Here's a slightly classier seller, their stamps are served on nice plates......


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Duh, they've obscured the plate number.
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fromdownunder wrote:
14 Aug 2020 11:16
Selling stuff on eBay combined with food, or items associated with food must be a meme of some sort. But I am not sure dirty fingernails and a half eaten sandwich in the background would encourage me to bid.

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